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2013 | 14 | 333-341
Article title

Międzynarodowe Seminarium Cross Border „Career management skills”, Bled – Słowenia, 22-23 maja 2012

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Title variants
EN
International Cross Border Seminar “Career Management Skills”, Bled – Slovenia, 22-23 May 2012
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PL
Abstracts
EN
The international seminar Career management skills, which was organized by Euroguidance Network, took place on 22-23 May 2012 in Bled, Slovenia. The topic of the seminar this year was focused on the needs of reflexive construction and effective use of the knowledge about career counselling which is attaining special meaning in the light of the global risk society and expands the mobility not only of the Europeans, but also of the people from the other continents. Lectures and workshops took place during the meeting, and also there was exchange of methodical materials which were brought by the participants from their native countries. The offered content of the seminar by experts from Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and Croatia concerned the needs of grounding and establishing of practice of career counselling in the wide theoretical context of counselling studies, as well as understanding of the hidden mechanisms for career construction used by people in a liquid and dynamically changing reality. The seminar plays crucial role in the process of creating European collaboration in the field of counselling practice. The knowledge of the systemic, institutional, financial problems allows for creating a base for solidarity, mutual understanding and acceptance of its own limits, which helps for shared support of each other in the carrying out of common projects.
Year
Volume
14
Pages
333-341
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Dates
published
2013
Contributors
author
  • Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa, Wydział Nauk Pedagogicznych, ul. Strzegomska 55, 53-611 Wrocław, Poland
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2084-2740
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-f14b72e3-f8f0-432c-ac37-bedd15d6fe82
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